Do You Represent the Victims of Drunk Driving?

The attorneys at the Keefe law firm do represent victims of drunk driving accidents. This includes any injuries suffered and staying in communication with the prosecutor’s office. Gregory will let them know that he may be prosecuting the drunk driving offense due to their illegal and highly dangerous activity. He explains how he wants to make sure that the prosecutors understand that they need to do their job and they need to punish this individual to the fullest extent. Watch this video as attorney John Gregory goes on to explain the process of prosecution and how he can help you along with your case.

Video Transcription:

We do represent the victims of drunk driving accidents, not only for any injuries that they may have suffered but we also are in communication with the prosecutor’s office that may be prosecuting the drunk driving offense to let them know that our clients have been injured as a result of this illegal and obviously highly dangerous activity. To make sure that the prosecutors understand they need to do their job and they need to punish this individual to the fullest extent. They can you know that’s always our position, there should be no pleas with people who have injured our clients in drunk driving accidents. In a drunk driving case where there’s a prosecutor who’s prosecuting a drunk driving offense they are not representing the victims in the same way that we are representing the victims of a drunk driving accident. They’re representing the state to make sure that the criminal offense is prosecuted. The prosecutor’s office does of course concern itself with the impact that a victim faces to any crime, but we coordinate with the prosecutor’s office to make sure that this drunk driving accident is tended to on all fronts with on the civil side where we’re going to be representing an injured client and then the prosecutor on the criminal side. Here at the Keefe law firm we stand for you. Call now to get the help you need at (866) 575-5000. Visit us at Keefe-LawFirm.com

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